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The plants earned the recognition for the 12th consecutive year.
NK Parts Industries has increased its Logan County footprint by 140,000 square feet to help meet logistical, subassembly and research and development contracts with Honda.
Steve Rodriguez is tasked with ensuring that production of Honda’s venerable sedan flows smoothly at the Marysville Auto Plant.
When Honda’s U.S. plants hit the next 25 million milestone, Tom Shoupe is sure the plants and technology will look decidedly different.
Modular Assembly Innovations is investing $1.2 million to expand strut manufacturing and bumper assembly operations.
Columbus-based GhostWave makes the list, with its radar sensor technology that are less vulnerable to outside interference.
Three decades after Honda first built an Accord in Marysville, humans are an integral part of the assembly process—and that’s... View Article
Founded in 2004, Goken has grown to 250 employees and is trending toward 300.
The Marysville plant, Honda’s oldest and largest in North America, will add the CR-V to its mix this summer.
The automaker won for the third year in a row.